NTT Docomo announces Galaxy Note 3 (SC-01F) for Japan

Galaxy Note 3 for Japan (SC-01F)

In case a colourful and a tad smaller Galaxy J doesn’t match your taste, NTT Docomo also announced the S Pen toting Galaxy Note 3 (SC-01F) that will go on sale in Japan from October 17. The feature set of the Galaxy Note 3 remains unchanged except for some modifications to make it Japan-friendly. Users will find the same 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display, Android 4.3 onboard, 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB RAM, LTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, 13MP and 2MP cameras, Bluetooth, GPS, microSD card slot, 3200mAh battery. Japanese variant also adds support for FeliCa NFC, One-Seg, NOTTV.

Galaxy Gear will also make it way to the Japan, however, the release and price are unclear at the moment.

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  • Grant Barker

    Beautiful phone. I’m still enjoying the NTT Docomo version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (SC-02E). With one more year of contract to go, I expect I’ll be upgrading to the Galaxy Note 4 if and when it arrives. For rooting options for the Japnese Galaxy Note 2, check out my site.

  • Daebak

    is it possible to buy a Galaxy note 3 in Japan without subscribing to any plan? I want to use my foreign sim card?

    another question: is it possible to get the phone without the service provider layer installed in the phone, I want to get the original version.

    thanks a lot